Published at Tuesday, February 26th, 2019 - 23:42:38 PM. Birthday Decorations. By Saville Romain.
Party Decorations need to set the mood for fun, not cost a fortune. They'll look at your decorations for about 30 seconds, and move on to the fun, so they can easily be limited to your entrance way. Use bunches of colorful balloons – blow them up yourself rather than paying for helium filled and tack them up with paint-friendly tack tape. Hang a happy birthday banner printed out one brightly colored letter per page (or printed on colored construction paper and cut out), and tacked up on the wall. Make tissue paper flowers with your birthday girl for a nice together activity and use those for decorations. Decorate the birthday child's chair for the cake and ice cream with curly ribbon to make a birthday throne. Put confetti on the table, or use flowers from the garden, colorful fall leaves or sprigs from evergreens.
This is the first classic party theme on the boys list and has probably been used as a party theme for boys for more than 50 years. It is the pirate theme. The Peter Pan movie was released in 1953 and I guess that was the beginning of it all, at least on a larger scale. Nowadays we have all the Pirates of the Caribbean movies which of course have created a massive upturn for this birthday party theme. With a bit of imagination, handy craft and some party accessories you should be able to create a fabulous party from this theme, I am thinking plastic swords, eye patches, pirate bandanas or captain hooks hats, the rest is up to you. The balloon and decorations available really set the scene.
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